Charlotte teen accused of additional Iredell vehicle break-ins

Raquan McClendon – Picture courtesy of the Mooresville Police Department

Kenneth Gregory – Picture courtesy of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office

Editor’s Note: Kenneth Gregory was previously charged by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office

PRESS RELEASE

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – On July 3, Mooresville Police issued orders for arrest for Kenneth Marcel Gregory and Raquan Malik McClendon for a series of motor vehicle breaking and entering’s and larceny’s that occurred during June and July of 2017, in the Oaks on Main, Avalon and Morrison Plantation Subdivisions in Mooresville.

Kenneth Marcel Gregory, 17, of Charlotte was charged with 28 counts of Felony Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle, 2 counts of Larceny of a Firearm, 9 counts of Financial Transaction Card Theft, 7 counts of Larceny, and 4 counts of Common Law Conspiracy.

Raquan Malik McClendon, 18 of Charlotte was charged with 6 counts of Felony Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle, 4 counts of Common Law Conspiracy, 3 counts of Financial Transition Card Theft, 1 count of Larceny, and 1 count of Motor Vehicle Theft.

McClendon was arrested by the Union County Sheriff’s Office and issued a $80,000 bond and Gregory was arrested by the Concord Police Department and issued a $125,000 bond respectively. For more information, contact Captain David Call at dcall@ci.mooresville.nc.us or 704.664.3311.

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